Quiz! What do you know about our Nordic nature and outdoor life?
You'll find the answers at the bottom of the page, but don't peek!
1. When you are out in nature, it is an advantage to dress according to layer-on-layer method. What does the layer-on-layer method mean?
a) That a thick outer is sufficient to heat
b) Dressing with clothes in different materials, in several different layers, so that you can regulate the insulation when the weather changes
c) Dressing with lots of thick layers of fleece jackets to keep warm
2. What does the Right of Public Access in Sweden, Norway and Finland mean?
a) That I have the right to camp in a privately owned property
b) That I can only hike along hiking trails, but pick apples from other people's gardens
c) That I can stay, with no problem, in most natural areas, including privately owned forest and land
3. What is the largest land mammal in the Nordic region?
a) The Moose
b) The Bear
c) The Wolf
4. In which country is the forest the greatest natural resource?
5. What is a fjord?
a) A deep bay that cuts several miles into the country
b) A deeper river
c) A river that flows into a waterfall
6. In the northern parts of the Nordic region there is a polar climate. But what is it that means that we do not have the cold climate in the entire Nordic region?
a) Warm winds from the south bring warm air, making it warmer.
b) In the north we have a mountainous climate, which means that it is colder there.
c) A warm ocean current brings warm water from the Gulf of Mexico stream, making it warmer in the south.
7. When picking mushrooms, you should store them in a:
a) Paper bag
b) Plastic bag
c) A closed cooler
8. What item of clothing should you wear closest to your body, when you are out in nature?
a) A T-shirt
b) A warm fleece jacket
c) Breathable base layers
9. What is the most important feature of a shell jacket?
a) That it has a hood
b) That it is made of functional material that is wind and waterproof
c) That it is stylish and blends into nature
10. The red needle in a compass, where does it always point?
a) To the south
c) To the north
Well done! We hope you learned a lot about our amazing Nordic nature. And if nothing else, that you had fun!